World’s First Goodness Network Created - by “Bad Guy”
Founder: I’m No Saint
PuffSky.com, the first social platform for capturing and sharing good deeds, makes its debut.
“You’d probably call me a bad guy,” admits founder and CEO Calvin Nguyen. “I smoke weed. I swear at people who antagonize me. I get into physical fights. I’ve cheated, on exams and girlfriends. I’ve stolen.”
“Maybe my only positive quality is I firmly believe cool things people do should never be lost. A friend who buys you coffee just because it’s Monday morning, a classmate who lends you those notes you missed, the tow truck driver who gave you a lift home… how soon we forget these things and how they made us feel. Instead wouldn’t it be cool to capture them and let our friends know about them? This is what PuffSky does.”
At the heart of the social website are Shout-Outs. They capture good deeds. You can’t write them for yourself, but receive them from other members. They’re saved in your profile, can be revisited anytime, and can easily be shared.
To reward and encourage goodness, PuffSky picks a Shout-Out of the Week every Sunday. Apart from a shiny profile badge, the distinguished do-gooder also gets a $5-20 gift card from a retailer like Starbucks, H & M, or Amazon.com. “What’s more worth celebrating,” Nguyen says, “than the positivity people bring into each other’s lives?”
- Contact Information
- Elizabeth Stone
- Director of Marketing
- (1) (714) 906-8813
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